HOLLAND — Tulip Time Competition, the Holland-centered nonprofit responsible for arranging the pageant of the exact same identify, is seeking strolling tour and motor mentor guides.
The nonprofit will host an informational meeting at its offices, 42 W. Eighth St. in downtown Holland, at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 26. No registration is expected to attend the assembly, and any individual fascinated in volunteering as a tour manual is welcome.
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In the course of the conference, Tulip Time will deal with the rewards and necessities of taking part as a tour guidebook, and probable volunteers will have an chance to talk to issues of coordinator Tim Vreeman.
“Tour guides will be a important welcoming position for company to the Holland community and will serve as local community ambassadors as they share the storied heritage of both the Tulip Time Festival and Holland itself,” the nonprofit wrote in a statement.
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“Going for walks tour guides will be in comprehensive Dutch costume for the a single-and-a-50 percent-mile stroll covering parts of downtown from Herrick District Library and Centennial Park, and via Hope University. (Motor coach guides) also will be in whole Dutch costume and will board a motor mentor for two hours and share substantially of the same info.”
Hour-prolonged trolley tours were being a staple of Tulip Time in many years prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. Going for walks tours were released in 2021 as a remedy for social distancing, and returned throughout Slide Fest by popular need.
All guides will be awarded $30 in West Coastline Money for each tour they tutorial. Guides can participate in numerous excursions, or a single tour.